[New York] INGENUITY 2013

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Introducing the Hitchhiker’s Guide to New York City Tech

View from Seed

New York City is a dream but can also be a navigational nightmare, equal parts crammed circus and rat race mixed at warp speed. In order to provide more transparent access and information, today we’re excited to launch the Hitchhiker’s Guide to New York City Tech.

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Is New York A Tort State?

YoungUpstarts

In New York State, tort law helps the legal system determine the types of wrongdoing that have occurred and how best to remedy them. New York State and Tort Law. Unlike most, New York State generally does not put a cap on how much a plaintiff can be compensated.

How to find space for your start-up in New York City

Our Own Start-up

Here’s a quick guide to help you find the right place for your start-up in New York City.

The New York Times still does not get it

deal architect

New York City is home. In 2006, I asked the question "Is the media biased?" I wrote "No this is not about being liberal or conservative. This is about how little MSM covers business technology as against consumer oriented technology. Industry Commentary

Techstars Startup Weekend New York – Financial Inclusion

Feld Thoughts

If you are New York-based and interested in entrepreneurship around financial services, consider participating in Techstars Startup Weekend New York: Financial Inclusion on April 5th to April 7th at Rise on 23rd Street.

StartUps in New York City – How to Succeed

The Startup Magazine

While startups will have an uphill battle no matter where they set down roots, there are some cities where competition can be a bit fiercer, such as New York City. As for how to find these furnished apartments in New York City, there are companies that specialize in the offering.

New York City Tech Podcast: Eli Bronner, Growth at AngelList

View from Seed

New tech ecosystems often benefit from entrepreneurs who will dive in blind and figure out their direction along the way. In 2010, Eli Bronner and his Lua Technologies co-founders were this exact profile of entrepreneurs, and New York City was an exuberant tech ecosystem without much structure or identity. The post New York City Tech Podcast: Eli Bronner, Growth at AngelList appeared first on NextView Ventures.

[New York] [Event] America Means Business

YoungUpstarts

Here’s a new New York-based entrepreneurship event to rival New York Entrepreneurship Week – America Means Business is a three day event, held on June 13-15, that will see various activities relating to entrepreneurship take place in New York.

Practical Solutions for New York’s Events Industry

The Startup Magazine

In New York specifically, the events industry has been a significant draw for visiting tourists. While borders remain closed, domestic tourism is now a significant concern, but even so, the events industry will need to adapt to the “new normal.”

Amazon “Swipes Left” On New York City

Haystack

Today, Amazon announced it will entirely abandon its plans to build its second headquarters (a/k/a “HQ2”) in Long Island City, a residential neighborhood in the borough of Queens, New York City. Back when he left his hometown Cavaliers for a new team in free agency, he branded his announcement as “The Decision.” Another mayor or governor should swoop in, cut a new deal, and start selling the benefits of a potential 5-10x investment could have on their community.

Antonio Vendome Of New York – Epitome Of The American Dream

YoungUpstarts

Between 1900 and 1910, about two million immigrants fled Italy and risked their lives to get a fresh new start in the United States. So it was with developer Antonio Vendome’s family who arrived in Astoria, Queens in New York with hardly any money in their pockets and heads full of dreams.

Introduction to the New York Fintech Community

David Teten

FinTech New York Accelerator. Rise New York (good mailing list) – includes the Barclays Accelerator , in partnership with Techstars , and a coworking space for fintech startups. Startupbootcamp Fintech New York. Most significant VCs in New York , including ff Venture Capital , are active investors in fintech. Fintech New York: Partnerships, Platforms and Open Innovation. Asset Management Financial Services New York

Incredible Week In New York

Feld Thoughts

As I was catching up on email from last week (not quite done yet) I was reflecting on the awesome week I had in New York. I had a couple of board meetings, spent a bunch of time at TechStars , gave some talks, had a pair of really fun late night dinners, had two strong runs (including one amazing one) along the east river, and stayed up until 1am drinking scotch with my partner Seth one night who was also in New York for a few days this week.

Apply to Techstars New York Before New Years Eve

Feld Thoughts

The deadline for applying to Techstars New York for the next program is 11:59:59pm PST on 12/31/13. I’m extremely excited about the upcoming Techstars New York program. Alex Iskold is the new managing director. Alex has been a Techstars mentor for a while and was extremely active with the most recent New York program. We’ve talked a bunch about the new things that he’ll be doing this year. TechStars alex iskold new york

The New York Times Launches TimeSpace, Its Own Startup Incubator/Accelerator

VC Cafe

The New York Times is launching a new startup accelerator, TimeSpace, a 4 month program taking in early stage media startups into the NYT Headquarters. News Startup Accelerators TimeSpace Accelerators Incubators New York Times NYT Startup

Headphone Maker AfterShokz Moves from New York to Austin

SiliconHills

AfterShokz, which makes sports headphones that transmit sound via bone conduction, announced this week that it is moving its headquarters from New York to Austin. The post Headphone Maker AfterShokz Moves from New York to Austin appeared first on SiliconHills.

TechStars New York

Feld Thoughts

TechStars is coming to New York City. The first program runs from 1/10/11 to 4/8/11. Applications are open now.

Book: Tech and the City: The Making of New York’s Startup Community

Feld Thoughts

On Digital Sabbath #5, I read Tech and the City: The Making of New York’s Startup Community. I got through half of it on my flight home from New York on Saturday morning; the balance laying on the couch next to Amy on Saturday evening. If you are involved in the New York startup community, this is a must read book. One thing that jumped out at me that Alessandro segmented the New York startup community into six neighborhoods.

September in New York

Startup Lessons Learned

For the next month or so I'll be on the road, starting in Washington DC and then proceeding to New Haven, New York, and Boston. I have been getting a lot of questions on Twitter about my upcoming trip to the east coast, so I thought I would post a brief update here. But most of the time - for almost the whole month of September - I'll be in Manhattan. I'm really looking forward to quality time with the startup scene there.

Weekly Techstars Diversity / Inclusion Office Hours in New York City

Feld Thoughts

The post Weekly Techstars Diversity / Inclusion Office Hours in New York City appeared first on Feld Thoughts. The day after the election, Alex Iskold (Techstars NY Managing Director) wrote a great post titled Dear Founders, I Commit to Double My Support For You and Your Startups. It’s vintage, wonderful Alex along with a series of specific things he’s going to do. Work even more closely with the founders to help them with their financings.

The Apple of the eye of the New York Times

deal architect

A couple of weeks ago I highlighted how mainstream media like the New York Times, Fortune etc write overwhelmingly and fawningly about Apple, Google, Facebook and other consumer tech and largely ignore enterprise tech. One exceptional journalist I identified was.

48in48 2018: Atlanta and New York

Jeff Hilimire

We pulled off our 4th Atlanta 48in48 event and our 3rd New York event…on the same weekend! The post 48in48 2018: Atlanta and New York appeared first on Begin the Begin. Well, it happened!

Doing The Top Of Mind Drill At TechStars New York

Feld Thoughts

On Tuesday, I spent the day at TechStars New York. David Cohen and I then hopped on a train, cranked on emails and interviews all the way to New York, and then I finished the night (after some more email) with a one hour lecture by Skype to a class of San Diego based students. I’m super psyched about all the teams I met – it feels like the TechStars New York program is very high quality and off to a great start.

Welcome New York to the Global EIR Coalition

Feld Thoughts

Last week New York was the third state to create a program – called the International Innovators Initiative (IN2NYC) – based on the construct of the Global Entrepreneur in Residence program. This is a New York City based program created by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the City University of New York (CUNY). The New York program is a city driven initiative.

10 coworking spaces in New York City that make regular offices feel like medieval torture

The Next Web

The rise in coworking spaces in New York City, and other tech hub cities around the world, has left more people yearning for work environments that are open, collaborative, inspiring and stimulating.

California, Massachusetts, New York, Colorado

VC Adventure

California, Massachusetts, New York, Colorado. That’s the order of states with the greatest dollar value of seed and early stage investment according to a PWC MoneyTree study that my partner Jason blogged about today. 290M invested in 41 companies based in Colorado in 2011. Compare that with 2006 when Colorado ranked 12th on the list with just under $ 90M invested in 32 companies.

Founder Labs in New York This Summer

Feld Thoughts

While I was on vacation Founder Labs announced their New York program this summer. I’m a big fan of Shaherose Charania and Baat Enosh and agreed to help support the program along with Fred and Joanne Wilson and a number of other folks that support entrepreneurship in New York. Applications are now open for the New York program until 4/20.

David S. Rose – Father of Angel Investing in New York

Startup Professionals Musings

Rose, who has been described as "the Father of Angel Investing in New York" by Crain's New York Business, and a "world conquering entrepreneur" by BusinessWeek. I recently had the privilege of interviewing David S.

Austin’s Bazaarvoice Buys New York-based Influenster

SiliconHills

The post Austin’s Bazaarvoice Buys New York-based Influenster appeared first on SiliconHills. Bazaarvoice announced last week that it has acquired Influenster, a product discovery and review platform with nearly six million community members. Austin-based Bazaarvoice said the combined company will give it even wider reach with retailer websites. The financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Bazaarvoice, founded in 2005 by Brett Hurt, works with more […].

5 Reasons You Should Be Using Coworking Spaces In New York City

YoungUpstarts

There’s no getting around the fact that New York City is one of the most expensive places in the world to rent an office. For many years, people have tried to invent new types of work environment.

Austin’s argodesign Expands Again With a New York Studio

SiliconHills

This time the Austin-based design firm is opening a studio in New York. “Our New York studio centers around cross-pollinating technology with the traditional approach of user-centered design,” O’Brien said in a […]. The post Austin’s argodesign Expands Again With a New York Studio appeared first on SiliconHills. argodesign is expanding again. Mehera O’Brien will run the studio as head of creative.

Flashpoint New York Demo Day, Friday, June 14

David Teten

The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), ff Venture Capital, and The Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York are once again co-sponsoring Flashpoint’s upcoming New York Demo Day, on Friday, June 14, 2013, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM. The event will be held at SUNY Global Center, 116 East 55th Street, New York, NY. Atlanta ff Venture Capital Harvard Business School New York Presentations and Conferences

Flashpoint New York Demo Day, Friday, June 14

David Teten

The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), ff Venture Capital, and The Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York are once again co-sponsoring Flashpoint’s upcoming New York Demo Day, on Friday, June 14, 2013, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM. The event will be held at SUNY Global Center, 116 East 55th Street, New York, NY. Atlanta ff Venture Capital Harvard Business School New York Presentations and Conferences

The real entrepreneurs of New York City

Startup Lessons Learned

While I was in New York, I had another opportunity to witness this firsthand, and I wanted to share the results with you. Leaped to a new idea and accomplished an incredible amount of market validation, as well as overcoming technical risk, in the last few hours of the competition.

48in48 New York City 2016 in photos

Jeff Hilimire

To be able to pull off New York City helped us realize that our BIG long-term goal, to run the event in 48 cities worldwide over the same weekend, is that much more achievable (granted, we have a lot of work left to do, but still.). We did it!

Startup New York venture capital firm seeking summer/fall virtual interns

David Teten

SOP Capital is a new, early-stage, New York-based VC focused on East Coast companies. NB: SOP is a brand new fund, still in formation, without infrastructure. . – Aid in birthing a new firm. The post Startup New York venture capital firm seeking summer/fall virtual interns appeared first on David Teten. Company overview. The firm particularly has interest in fintech, edtech, and salestech.

New York Lean Startup Week

Startup Lessons Learned

Next week, I travel to New York, where I'm especially excited to see the entrepreneurial renaissance that is in progress, first hand. I am declaring next week to be officially Lean Startup Week in New York City. Special thanks to Trevor Owens for helping to organize my New York trip.). SXSW was amazing and exhausting. We'll have slides and video from our Lean Startup track posted soon.

Lean Startup Conference Comes to New York & London

Startup Lessons Learned

We’ve got two learning opportunities for you this spring: Join us at Lean Startup Conference New York (May 10-11) in Brooklyn for an intensive two days of specialized corporate innovator education and networking. We hope you’ll join us in New York and/or London to get the latest skills sets and techniques necessary for building a modern company Guest post by Melissa Moore & Jennifer Maerz of Lean Startup Co.

Women 2.0's Founder Labs Expands to New York City

ReadWriteStart

Moreover, the program will expand from its current San Francisco location to New York City, with the first east coast program set to begin in May. Founder Labs boasts a great list of mentors and guest speakers, and the expansion to New York will add to that. Women 2.0

Human Instrumentation at the New York Marathon

Feld Thoughts

Fred Wilson emailed me a link to Dennis Crowley’s post I’m running the NYC Marathon tomorrow! Fred knows my obsession with human instrumentation, marathons, and social media. And if you recognize Dennis’ name, that’s because he’s the founder / CEO of Foursquare. As I write this from my house in Eldorado Springs, Colorado, I can see that Dennis is at mile 4.64 of the NYC Marathon via RunKeeper. He just checked in at mile 5 on Foursquare.

The Most Obvious Mobile Ad Unit and What the New York Times Got Wrong

Both Sides of the Table

The New York Times recently ran an article titled, “ Tech Companies Leave Phone Calls Behind.” ” I love the NY Times and am a paying subscriber. But this article missed the real trend. The premise of the article is that in an increasingly online world ruled by techies who don’t want to talk on the phone, the era of being able to call the company in which you do business is winding down. They cite Quara, Google, Twitter & Facebook as obvious examples.

Chance for UK startups to pitch to New York investors

The Equity Kicker

Brian Frumberg, My friend and venture partner at our sister fund DFJ Gotham is organising a pitch event for UK startups to meet New York investors. Where: New York, NY.